Where does the basic conflict lie in the disturbances expressed over my booklet, “It’s As Simple As This” (which is a 57 page booklet condensation of the message presented in Yes, I Am)? It … continue reading.
In the following transcription from a live talk, Page urges us to move by faith beyond “the baby stuff (Hebrews 6) and the adolescent stage,” of the exchanged life to “pick up the ‘work’ of a … continue reading.
An excerpt from an open letter from Norman Grubb to his “very dear co-knowers” in 1987. We need continually to be reminding ourselves, and boldly sharing with others, what it is that we boldly call … continue reading.
Believing that further delay would be sinful, some of God’s insignificants and nobodies in particular, but trusting in our Omnipotent God, we have decided on certain simple lines, according to the … continue reading.
In the following address given at Zerubbabel’s 1989 Annual Meeting, Norman traces the “nylon threads” of God’s self-revelation, surfacing and submerging throughout the Old and New Testaments and … continue reading.
For a number of years, I yearned to be and feel closer to God. I struggled to spend a sufficient amount of time with Him in prayer or reading my Bible. Often I fell asleep during the endeavor. I even … continue reading.
John 3:16 and Galatians 2:20 are Bible verses that are extremely important to me, but for very different reasons. I’d like to take this opportunity to discuss them, to show how they are different but … continue reading.